No. 386.

136 So.2d 123 (1961)

Marie Ruby Richard BEGNAUD et al., Plaintiffs and Appellees, v. TEXAS & NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD COMPANY et al., Defendants and Appellants.

Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Third Circuit.

Rehearing Denied January 15, 1962.

Certiorari Denied February 19, 1962.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Davidson, Meaux, Onebane & Donohoe, by J. J. Davidson, Jr., Lafayette, for defendants-appellants. E. L. Guidry, Jr., St. Martinville, for defendants-appellants.

Lawrence Simon, New Iberia, for plaintiffs-appellees. Earl H. Willis, St. Martinville, for plaintiffs-appellees. Thomas C. Wicker, Jr., New Orleans, for intervenor.


HOOD, Judge.

On February 13,1960, at about 2:35 P.M., a truck owned and operated by Pelican Creamery was struck and demolished at a railroad crossing about one mile east of the community of Cade, Louisiana, by a train owned and being operated by Texas & New Orleans Railroad Company. The accident resulted in the death of the two occupants of the truck, one of whom was Irving Joseph Begnaud, the driver, and the other was Rivers George Sonnier, his helper. Both were...

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